Women’s Surgical Team Cross Collar Uniform
Women’s Surgical Team Cross Collar Uniform. The dress is designed with black decorative stitches and elastic side panels. The cross collar stylish design is enhanced with black details, creating an appealing look. The elastic side panels provide a comfortable and adjustable fit, making it suitable for pregnant women as well. The dress allows freedom of shoulder movement, allowing you to move freely.
Accompanying the dress is a straight-cut pants with two side pockets, offering a practical option. The pants feature an elastic waistband and an adjustable drawstring, allowing you to personalize the fit.
This Stylish Cross Collar Surgical Uniform is suitable for doctors, nurses, medical assistants, and many other healthcare professionals.
Stylish Design: The cross collar stylish design and black decorative stitches add an elegant touch to the dress, providing a professional appearance. Comfortable Fit: The dress offers a comfortable and adjustable fit with elastic side panels. It is specially designed to meet the needs of pregnant women. Freedom of Movement: The dress does not restrict shoulder movement, allowing you to perform your tasks with ease. Convenient Storage: The straight-cut pants feature two side pockets, providing convenient storage space. High-Quality Fabric: The dress is made of high-quality medical cotton and jersey fabric, offering durability, breathability, and softness.
Experience style, comfort, and functionality with our Stylish Cross Collar Surgical Uniform. It is designed to meet the needs of healthcare professionals, providing a fashionable and comfortable work attire.
- Fabric: High-quality medical cotton (Netherlands)
- Composition: 65% polyester, 35% cotton Side
- Panel Fabric: 100% jersey (France)
- Density: 164 g/m2
- Sizes: 38-54
- Model: 2281
Fabric selection is important for comfort and health aspects of clothing. This product is made from a superior blend of medical cotton and polyester. To learn more about the differences between cotton and polyester, you can read our article “Cotton vs. Polyester.”
Also, feel free to explore our blog posts for more information about fabrics and their importance for health.
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